Know before you go
This area may have travel restrictions related to COVID-19.
Damage and incidentals
You will be responsible for any damage to the rental property that is caused by you or your party during your stay.
Pets allowed - £25 each. Not upstairs or on the furniture please.£25 each. Not upstairs or on the furniture please.
No smoking - Absolutely not. Absolutely not.
Max guests: 6
Minimum age of primary renter:
- Dog owners are requested to pick up their dogs pooh from the garden.
Cleaned with disinfectant
Check in and check out with no person-to-person contact
Don't pay for your booking outside our website or app.
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About Myra Macleod-Nolan
I am originally from Glenelg and was very lucky to grow up in this special place. Due to work commitments I have spent the last 34 years living at various times in five different European countries. I love to come back to Glenelg whenever I can and am always sad to leave.
Myra Macleod-Nolan purchased this House in 1999
Why Myra Macleod-Nolan chose Glenelg
Tigh-na-Camus was originally the local police house and I remember as a child being taught how to play badminton by the police officer who lived in it. Since my husband and I bought the house we have over the years sympathetically changed a lot in the house. The biggest alteration was when we added the modern extension to the rear of the property, though still managing to maintain the traditional croft house look at the front.
What makes this House unique
Tigh-na-Camus has a very special feel to it, tranquil is how many describe it, which is probably due to its age (it was built in approximately 1897) and its character coupled with the modern comforts & facilities of the large bright family kitchen and bathroom. The sun room is also a treat to sit in, be it when the weather is cool or super hot, the ever changing vista in front of you will work its magic. It is a view that you will never tire of or forget and probably like me, wish that you could take it with you when you leave.